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REFLECTIONS 

OF '76 

Just as the image is perfectly mirrored in the stillness of a quiet 
pool, so too is this endeavor a reflection of this passing year. 
Hectic days will blur this picture, our memories, like a pebble 
dropped upon the smooth surface of the water. Then, in the 
hushed solitude of a mellow evening the pool is calm once again. 

In that same manner, these pages restore that former image, 
sharp and clear. 




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We, the graduating class of 1976, dedicate this yearbook to the memories of Steven Laskof f and William 
Quattlebaum. 



Graduation day dawned clear, cool and sunny after a night of furious partying and marching through the dorms. Hangovers were evident every- 
where but the freshness and excitement of the morning brought a new life to the weary seniors. As we moved to our respective meeting places, I felt as 
though I were in a dream. The culmination of four years of hard work and good times was drawing to a close. 

The procession into the tent had the air of a dignified carnival. The harmony of kazoos and pipe organ offered a humorous alternative to the 
traditional melody of "Pomp and Circumstance." It was indeed the most relaxed commencement in many years. 

Guest speaker, Elma Lewis is a splendidly candid and down to earth woman who helped us put the awarding of a diploma in its proper perspective. 
She pointed out the financial rewards attached to the piece of paper, but warned that it did make us any better than a person without it. Education 
should not be a status symbol, but a means to improve ourselves and the social environment we will live in. 

Bill Abraham's speech conveyed a similar message to that of Ms. Lewis'. Bill stressed that education is a personal tool and hinted that our newly 
acquired knowledge could lead to self-destruction. The ovation that Bill received following his brief words was well deserved. 

Graduation ceremonies are traditional, yet we found that amongst the "pomp and circumstance" there was something unique; something just for us. 
Diplomas distributed and the alma mater sung, we proceeded to file out, realizing that what had seemed so far away four years ago had passed. 

Now we are graduates, recipients of a diploma, alumni. To many it was a memorable experience — to others a mere formality. For all it was both an 
end and a beginning. It was the conclusion of a long and difficult climb as well as the commencement of a new start. More than ever now, we are 
conscious of a certain destiny — a destiny we are now equipped to shape into a formidable future. While each of us measures success in differing 
fashions, tempering our knowledge with wisdom should help each of us achieve our goals. 

M.P. and R.C.T. 



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Time seems to move a little more slowly when we're not together . . . and 
that gives me more moments to remember all the wonderful experiences we 
have shared ... to dream of all the happiness that is still in store for us. 



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Yesterday's Tomorrows 
fast approach, 

dreams and hopes 
and promises kept. 
Gains and losses, hurts unwept. 
Friends so close and then so far 
are held within one's heart. 
Gatherings past occurred, spontaneous 
or pre-arranged, 
people interacting, 
giving here, 

receiving there, 
sharing their uniqueness. 

Hearty laughter, mellow times, 
lively steppin', voices blendin'. 
Empty mugs and glasses strucn, 
flushed cheeks and blurry eyes, 

tensions eased — 
balloons flying free in the skies. 
Knowledge; 

required, acquired, desired, 

not just received, but nourished 
and added to, then given back again. 

Many more to feed, 
so much more growth to meet our needs. 
Wisdom gained from doing, listening, 
and making the mistakes of knowing 
too much, too fast, too soon. 
Tremendous gains through the passage of time, 
forever at our heels. 

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happiness — freedom — peace of mind — are always 
attained by giving them to someone else. 

Peyton Conway March 





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It's really happening, we're officially beginning our last year at B.S.C. 

I always awaited this moment . . . but who'd have thought it would 

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Field Hockey 

This year's Field Hockey team finished off the season with 

three wins, three losses and one tie. This year's squad was 

loaded with fresh new talent packed with promising potential. 

The quality of individual skill was what any coach dreams of 

getting a chance to piece together and mold into a quality 

TEAM. Bridgewater had spurts of "clicking" does not a 

hockey team make. Consistency and teamwork is the key to a 

winning field hockey team. However, as any true athlete 

knows, winning is NOT the only thing (sorry Vince). It is 

only a means to an end and it is the process of achieving that 

means which gives many unexplainable pleasures to the 

athlete. So what did playing field hockey in the fall of 1975 

mean.? Well, for many, this year's field hockey season was 

. . . listening to Maypo's belching symphonies . . . lots of 

mud . . . rushing to supper only to find peanut butter and 

jelly . . . Goma's smiles . . . going all the way to U. Mass. 

only to find more mud ... or traveling to U.R.I, to see your 

very first monsoon . . . stretched muscles . . . flaky but fim 

f roshes . . . the Cleaver Family . . . getting hit in the mouth 

the one and only time you forget your mouthguard . . . sing- 

a-long with stonge on the bus . . . saying high, er hi to 

Esther . . . taking bets on whether Si would make it through 

just one half with falling more than ten times . . . 

motorcades . . . D.Q. bitching . . . wallpapering the locker 

room with psych signs . . . psych signs with questionable 

meanings . . . P.J.'s famous last words, "Are you rated?" . . . 

berries . . . trainers with lots of T.L.C. . . . loyal fans . . . 

K.P.'s field hockey fashion wear . . . getting the scoop . . . 

going for the burner . . . McDonald land . . . and just the 

super good feeling of doing it all with your friends. 

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1. Mrs. Wheeler (Chemistry) Dinner for two at my home: French cuisine 

2. Dr. and Mrs. Marganian (Chemistry) Entertain two students at "An Evening in Scotland" program: food, music and slides 
3. Scott McNeilly (Computer Services) One case of Budweiser 

4. Prof. Dorothy Wood (Elem. Ed.) Will treat two students to dinner at a nearby restaurant 

5. Prof . Lambiase (Math) One tennis lesson 

6.Dr. Cirino (Biology) Will take two students to dinner at the Red Coach Grill 

7. Dr. Hewitson (Biology) Will play a game of golf with one student 

8.Dr. Wall (Biology) Will play a game of golf with one student 

9.Dr. Jahada (Biology) A canoe trip through the Hocomock Swamp 

10. Prof. Harris (Physics) Dinner and a short 3-D travelog show for two 

11. E. Maier (Earth Sciences) If a boy — a chance to wrestle to a fall. If a girl — a ride on a motorcycle to a restaurant for lunch and then a ride back 
to the college. 

12. Dean Breslin Dinner for 2 at my apartment 

13. Jack and Martha Jones Mystery ride for two, choice of: to the mountains, to the sea, or to the city 

14. Prof. Gross (Phys. Ed.) Dinner for two at Berts in Plymouth 

15. Anthropology Club Yugoslavian bottle 

16. Dave England (Ed.) A night with the stars and planets through his telescope 

17. Dean Deep and Dr. Dan Diethelm Clean one dorm room for Vi hour (they will make the ground rules) 

18. Dean Deep A picture of himself 

19. Dr. King (Ed.) the book "Language Arts in the Elementary School" 

20. Mr. Morwick (Fin. Aid) Will wash your car and supply a six-pack of beer 

21. Thomas Walsh (Registrar) Purchase any book(s) at the College Bookstore for up to a value of $15 

22. Dr. Gurney (Phys. Ed.) Will give V2 hour of sex counseling 

23. Mr. Yeskewicz (Phys. Ed.) Will give Vi hour of free scuba lessons 

24. Dr. Tufts (Phys. Ed.) Will take two people to dinner at Chinese restaurant of their choice 

25. Dr. Trimble (Phys. Ed.) Will donate a cake for any occasion for one person 

26. Prof. Kryzanek (Poll Sci.) Will donate a poster from Santo Domingo 

27. Prof. Clifford (Poli Sci.) Will give one free tennis lesson 

28. Prof. Joyal Made a five dollar donation to the class 

29. Dr. Worden (Elem. Ed.) Dinner for two at Christo's in Brockton 



Soccer 



The fall of 1975 marked the return of varsity soccer at B.S.C. after some 15 

years of abandonment. The season was nothing spectacular as the Bears 

won only a single game of their eight game schedule. However, the team 

played well against some very tough competition, such as powerhouses 

North Adams State and Framingham State. Their lone victory came against 

Roger Williams by a score of 3-2. Coach Jesse Demello took charge of 

conditioning some twenty soccer fanatics and building them into a 

respectable team. At times it was a typical battle of man vs. the elements 

with fierce winds, biting cold and heavy rain. These men who braved the 

monsoons and mud this past fall can look back with pride when the Bears 

once again excel in the sport as they did in the "old days." 





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The 1975 World Series between the Red Sox and the Cinncinnati Reds was the most exciting I have ever seen. There were five one win games 
and two of these were extra inning contests. The other two games were pitching masterpieces by Luis Tiant in game one and I>3n Gullet in game five. 
The series had many good aspects. Hitting, good fielding plays and the enthusiasm of the fans stood out in my mind. 

The game in the series that I feel was the one that hurt the Sox chances of winning the series the most was game two. The Red Sox hatl a 2-1 lead 
going into the ninth inning. The high hopping single over the mound by Dave Concepcion for one run and then Ken Griffey's double to win the 
game was tough to watch. Instead of going to Cincinnati two games up we were tied at one game. If I were to choose what was the most pivotal game 
this would be it. Dick Urago was a pitch away. That's baseball!! Yes, Larry Barnett did make a bad call in game three but our chances of winning game 
two I feel were greater. We were the home team and ahead in the ninth inning in game two. In game three we were tied and away from home and the 
Reds had their last at bat in that disastrous inning. Umpire Barnett with his crew on that call at home plate but he chose to do otherwise. This was a 
mistake. He was concentrating on calling the bailor strike on the thrown pitch and then the throw in the clutch. 

Now we are in the seventh game. The Reds have got to be congratulated on winning for they are a great ball team, but we must be happy with 
the thrills they gave us right to the very end. 

It was only fitting that Carl Yastremzski came to the plate with two out in the bottom of the ninth. Everyone in Bear City from the Rathskeilar 
to the Hill is shouting inside if not out loud . . . "come on Yaz hit it out." The man tried but fell short, but when he says "We will win the World 
Series yet," I'll buy that root hard and wait in anticipation. 

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HOMECOMING 

Homecoming ... a football game . . . that is . ... 
The players lined up — for tickets for the weekend to come 
Then came the kick-off party, beer, music, dancing 
The cheerleaders gained a f irstdown and rallied on. 
Emerging from the huddle came a queen, a crown, a smile. 
The crowd cheered. «^ 

The band played music by Ramsey Lewis ' " 

While the players scored touchdowns at dorm parties. 
It was half-time and a float parade of great assortment surrounded the field 
"First prize goes to class of 76" shouted the press box. 
With the ending of half-time, the Bears filled the field and fought on. 
Edmund and Curley took over the press box and got the players laughing in 

their huddles. It was quite the Cabaret! 
D.J. Sullivan set his own microphone up in the stands and gathered the alumni 

around him. They made a rowdy crowd. 
Some of the spectators wore Birthday Hats — ready for a celebration. 
Back on the field the BEARS played on. 
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The Monday afternoon meetings — Right Wayne? 

Homecoming dinner in the Union. 

The Wizard of Maz' 

Grant's flag on Alpha's float. 

The Bicentennial Bears. 

The "Gilligans Island" Gang. 

Cheerleaders — Tucker and his men. 

Jiving with jazz while sipping the brew. 

Next year and the years that will follow will 

be OUR Homecoming. 

We will remember and relive all our times at BSC 

with our friends. 

HOMECOMING WILL BE: 

"A time the alumni remember and the undergrads 

forget too fast." 

Marty Ruegg 







Football is over. It's like when your best friend moves away. The memories will always be there. Marc Kerble 

A football player plays because he loves it and that's the way it should be. Ron Staley 

You don't realize they're gone until the final game is over. Then you begin to feel that you are just a little bit 
older. I've gone through a lot and I can't complain. For without the game of football, my life wouldn't have 

been the same. Bill Leahy 

I always enjoyed it. I might forget a few scores but I'll always remember the people. John Sannicandro 

Football has been paa of my life for so long, and to have it end on such a good season will always give me good 

memories of the sport. Jim Mullen 

When football is over after your senior year, you then realize what it has been to you. Tom Glynn 

This past season was the climax of an enjoyable ten years of football, but most of all was the pleasure of 
working with a great bunch of guys — an incredible unit which lived, loved and laughed together. Guy Levan 

When we came here as freshmen, BSC football was below par. Four years later, the school had its best team 

ever, a fact that we can truly be proud of for the rest of our lives. Bill Nixon 

Football was a part of my life. It has kept my mind at ease and was always something to look forward to. Now 

that it is over, it was an experience words could not match. Mark Hayer 

The '75 season was another learning experience in my life. It was fun, challenging, and difficult. I shall 
remember the season, the players, the agony of defeat and the thrill of victory. Mike Cabral 

I don't know, there's just something about the game that makes me want to play. I guess it's something inside 

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22 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 



DORMITORY REGULATIONS 

Dean of Women, Miss Pope. 
Office, No. 7, Cottage., 

Hours: Week days, 8.30 to 9.15 a. m. 
(School Building); 1.00 to 1.30 p. m. ; 6.15 to 
7.15 p. m. Sundays, 5.15 to 5.45 p. m. ; 7.00 
to 7.30 p. m. 

Special appointments may be made for con- 
ferences during the evening at Office, No. 6, 
Woodward. 

On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and 
Thursday evenings, students should be in their 
own dormitory at 7.15. 

The first period from 7.15 to 7.55 is observed 
as a social hour. Students should go to their 
own rooms at 7.55. 

On week-end nights, students should be in 
their own dormitories at 8 o'clock. Permis- 
sion to be away from the dormitory after the 
doors are closed must be obtained from the 
Dean. 

Students returning to the dormitories after 
the doors are closed, must register on the slip 
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ARTICLE I 

STUDY HOUR 

Study hour, during which quiet is to be 

ttuiintained, shall be observed from 8 to 10 p. 

ni. on Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, and 

' ' ursday evenings. Students shall remain in 

j- own rooms between these hours. 



ARTICLE II 

QUIET HOURS 

Quiet hours shall be observed from 10 p. m. 
til 9 a. m., except on Saturdays and Sunday? 
when quiet must be observed from 10 j). m. to 
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On study hour nights, the period from 10 to 
1". l-'i shall be used for quiet preparation for 
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Musical instruments shall not be played 
liuring (juiet hours or study hours. 



STUDENT GOVEKN.MKNT AS.SOCIaTION 2] 

Before going out of town or away for over 
the week-end, each student should fill out an 
absence slip and place it on the registration 
board in her dormitory. 

Students planning to go out of town <,r tn 
spend the night in places other than their uu rt 
homes must get permission from tht- Dean.i 
Requests for permission should by ina.it ;i- 
early as possible. 

Students are not allowed to at tun. i ]<:.: ■■■ 
dances in halls, club houses, or oilu-i- p ,::;,• 
places in Bridgewater, or in adjou^ir.g t'u tis. 

Students planning tt) go (.■an<icir;,i;- !iiii>t( 
register in the Dean's office. IVi-niis^i-.u to; 
go canoeing will be refu.-ed to those who ear,-; 
not swim. Students do not go canoeing "sij 
Sundays. 

A student wishing to dfive or motor willi 
man. not a member of her immediate family 
must obtain permission from the Dean. 

Callers may be admitted to the reeepi:.. 
rooms between the hours of 10 a. tn. ai .1 \" p 
m. Except id lis: — Caller-s are not re.'eived lim- 
ing study hours nor after y,4"> \i. ni. on Sun 
days. Men will he admitted to no other |iart 
of the dormitories, and at r,o other tinu 
without chaperonage. 



Many statements both good and bad have been written about the quality of dormitory life at Bridgewater. One thing 
is certain, however. For the duration of the academic year, these cement cities are called "home" by nearly 1200 resi- 
dents. The atmosphere inside these buildings can range from that of the No-Tell Motel to that of St. Anne's convent 
depending on the graciousness or crustiness of the housemother. These women, who appear to be institutions of the 
college, do their best to see to it that no one has any good clean fun. More than six to a room without police supervi- 
sion is a no-no and water fights without a permit could result in dire consequences for the culprits involved. 

In spite of all these efforts, there is much serious partying accomplished throughout the course of the year. Weekends 
begin on Thursday and sometimes Wednesday and with any luck they carry over to the next weekend. Despite reports 
to the contrary, academia is indulged in but only enough to satisfy one's G.E.R.'s. The intrcxiuction of co-ed living to 
the Hill has made this pursuit more difficult but these students involved in the program are persevering. This makes 
the administration happy and keeps the residents from becoming babbling idiots. 

As we can see, the goal of most resident students is to obtain the most enjoyment from their college days while doing 
the least amount of work. Most have no expertise in this technique as freshman. But as the years pass and more time 
is spent in the dorm, the individual becomes more aware of and is eventually caught up in the infectiousness of this 
attitude. In truth it is an art which all have the potential to refine but only a rare few cultivate it successfully. 

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The commuter lives a double life. Five days a week, for 
about six hours a day he gets a glimpse of what goes on at 
Bridgewater State. Occasionally, a social event will lure the 
commuter to the college at night, but for the most part, 
commuters tend to keep their friends from home rather 
than "hang around" the Rathskeller and the Bridgewater 
social scene. Their life at Bridgewater is also unknown to 
their friends at home. 

Going to classes and accumulating credits are their main 
interests and considerations at Bridgewater. Some organize 
for commuter rights through the commuter association but 
for the most part, the commuters represent the silent 
majority of the school. They're the ones you see that you 
don't recognize; the ones who "hang" in the commuter 
cafe sipping on a cup of coffee or playing cards between 
classes ; the ones you rarely see at night in the dorms or on 
campus. 

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Clubs and Organizations 



Class Officers 

President 

Bill Abraham 

Vice-President 
Sue Cressen 

Secretary 
Janice Grew 

Treasurer 

Marie Thibeault 

Social Director 
Nancy Kipp 



Publicity Director 
Nancy Tcssier 

Aquabrytes 
June Hussey 

Biology Club 

William J. Warren 

Anthropology Club 
Janet L. Tucker 

The Buddy Club, Inc. 
TerranceJ. Brooks 



S.U. Board of Governors 
Dawn L. Armitage 

Cheerleaders 
Mary Jo Ruegg 

Chemistry Club 
Robert L Boehme 

Choral Society 

Herbert W.Menzel, Jr. 

Christian Fellowship 
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Class of 1976 Marshals 
Maureen Hart 
William F. Campanella 

Class of 1976 SGA Senators 
Patricia A. Barron 
Thomas E. Landry 
Shcrin L. O'Brien 
Mary T. Trahan 

The Comment 
Susan Lawson 

Commuter Association 
Sandra J. Hunt 

Council for Exceptional Children 
David W. Benoit 

Durgin Hall 

Robert C. Mansur 

Eanh Science and Geography Club 



Ensemble Theater Group 
Cheryl L Busky 

Forensic Club 
Ann Britton 

Great Hill 

Barbara J. Hardy 

Hard Times Press 
Hugh MacKinnon 

Hispanie Club 

Judith Bloomquist 

History Club 

Rosanne C. Miconi 

Kappa Delta Phi Fraternity 
Robert E. Kenney 

S.U. Program Committee 
Maureen S. Hart 
Daniel R. Burns 



Kappa Delta Pi 
Patricia A. Barron 

Le Cerele Francais 
Lynn D. Johnson 

Literary Magazine 
Stephen Jennings 

Math Club 

Linda M. Merrill 

Menorah Club 
Lee D. Atlas 

Mens Athletic Association 
Robert C. Mansur 

N.S.S.H.A. 

Susan M. Sharkey 

Organization of Afro-American Students 
Whitfield N. Daley 




Physical Education Majors Club (PEM) 
Milady Khoury 

Political Science Club 
Joseph M. Young 

Pope Hall 

Rita E. Pointon 



Scott Hall 

Thomas E. Landry 

Student Government Association 
Raymond J. Raposa 

S.N.E.A. 

Kathleen E. Chase 



Women Helping Others Society 
Maureen Foley 

Women's Recreation Association 
Cheryl Gillis 

Women's Dorm Council 
Paula M. DiNatale 



Sociology Club 

Christopher R. Horgan 



Tillinghast Hall 
Elizabeth F. Smith 



Woodward Hall 

Kathleen M. McPherson 



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Listen Program Committee and you shall hear 
The past events in the Union this year. 

j^t started off in the summer of '75 

We were all there after vacation, dead or alive. 

We talked business over a drink or two 

And then we played thumper. Which sign were you? 

The events were set, we were off and running 
Everything was planned, including Homecoming. 

"The Birth of a Nation, The Birth of a School" 
Moe fell off the float, but that was cool. 

"Who cares," said Moe, "Off to Hyannis we go" 
Little to know we'd be the overflow. 

But BSC wasn't lost in the crowd 

We sang "Roll Out The Barrel" real loud. 

To restore our dignity we took a chance 
And brought in the Hartford Ballet to dance. 

We were in such good spirits that we involved 

the children of the town 

For Christmas films with treats all around. 

Guy came as Santa complete with Ho Ho Ho 
But the children descended with mighty blows. 

The Orphan's Party was its annual success 

It is always nice to share with those who have less. 

In January the mood was grim 

For student teaching made our numbers slim. 



But we planned a week of winter fun 
And Godspell turned out to be number 1. 

We also had Ice Follies and a Sleighride 
Complete with no snow, so we improvised. 

To prove ourselves across the nation 
To NEC our delegates did hasten. 

For BSC we made a name 

However, Washington will not be the same. 

Spring arrived with our sleighride snow 
So of f to Hawaii some lucky ones did go. 
(Alas, for the return of the overflow!) 

Returning to campus the cry did raise 

Is it true we've scheduled 98 programs in 100 days.^ 

Our talents stretched over a wide range 
But our lecture series was really strange. 

David Frye was certainly no treat 
In the Union he would not eat. 

James Mapes was here to hypnotize us 
His show on the video made quite a fuss. 

For right before our very eyes 
Ray undressed to our surprise! 

Other talents on the video 

Were produced by Jack and crew in our studio. 

This brings us to our Spring Week 

Which will make our programming year complete. 

Duke, Disco, and a Bike Race, too 
We were sad DJ held so few. 

Although this poem is quite a fright 
All of you are a delight. 

Good-bye to the Seniors — we think you're swell 
Please stop by the Union and tell us you're well. 

Our year will end with a banquet feast 
You've all earned the title 



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With the motto of "Do it in the pool" and a record of 1-5, 

it would be easy to say that the 75/76 season was 

unsuccessful. However, statistics do not paint an adequate 

picture of the depth and ability that exists within the team. 

Challenging races and split-second finishes were the order 
of the day and unfortunately the mermaids did always have 
the edge. The squad is young and needs time to build upon 

its present potentials. 

Outstanding contributions were made by Junior co-captain 

Cindy Stewart, Sophomores Kris Lattimer, Sandy Kapp 

and Kathy Ostapower, freshman Sharlene Radazzo and 

diver Jaqui Long. These girls, along with the rest of the 

team can improve their performances next season with 

dedication, enjoyment and practice-practice-practice. The 

team's four seniors, Mary Demello, Chris Pellitier, Lori 

Thornhill and co-captain Eileen McNamara leave with 

warm memories of their participation in swimming at 

BSC. 

Special thanks goes to Coach Bill Walker and his family 
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Over the past four years, swimming at BSC has progressed, expanded, and grown significantly. It has 
changed from a respectable but mediocre level to one of national recognition. The season begins as early 
as the first day of classes in September and is often not completed until the middle of March. Needless to 
say, athletes competing and training during a season of this length need a tremendous amount of motiva- 
tion and dedication. The source of this motivation must come from the athletes themselves. It is this 
kind of self-inspiration that creates a feeling of strong team unity. 

The 1975-76 season produced BSC's second consecutive year of national representation. The highlight of 
this year's national competition was the awarding of an All America Certificate to Captain Mike Arse- 
nault for his 11th place finish in the 100 yard freestyle. Arsenault is the first All America swimmer at 
BSC. 

Over the past four years, the swim team has achieved a 34-14 record. Seniors on the team are Bill Fletcher 
and Alan Johnston. These students have achieved successful college swimming careers. With only two 
graduating seniors on the team, BSC swimming has a bright future. 

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Hockey 



The Bridgewater State College hockey team went through a difficult year after beginning with a very promising group of skaters. Head Coach Ed Con- 
nors and his assistant. Bill Norman worked hard with the squad, and, through the first four games, saw signs of improvement and potential unlike that 
ever assembled here before. The final game of the first semester was to provide the young Bears their first test of a strong Division II opponent but it 
became a foreboding omen for the remainder of the season. The team travelled to West Point, N.Y. to play Army only to be demoralized by a 14-1 loss. 
Then between semesters occurred the loss of seven players due to academic eligibility depleting the roster and placing great pressure on the remaining 
members of the team. 

The balance of the season consisted of a string of tough close games, four going into overtime, only one reaching a decision. In this long period between 
victories the members of the team never let down, never stopped working. There were many problems over the course of the season: injuries to key 
players, among them Don Smith, Bill Humphrey and Squeak Hanlon, minor injuries which resulted in players competing at less than 100% and the flu 
which hit everyone at some point during the year. No one would blame the injuries or any other problems for the disappointing record. Rather, all things 
considered, the efforts made by each and every member of the team over the course of the season were courageous and inspired. The team will be losing 
three seniors: Captain Chuck Healey, a four year veteran who played defense and left wing. Captain Jack Foley, also a four year veteran who played goal 
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The 1975-76 Bridgewater State Basketball season was one that could be termed a "rebuilding year" as its 9-l4 record might indicate. 
Losing four of its first six players due to graduation, the team was comprised mainly of underclassmen who gained valuable playing 
experience. The three graduating seniors, John Grazewski, Steve Jantz, and Mark O'Connor, contributed their experience and leadership 
which proved valuable to the team. Losing the top four scorers from last year's team, offense proved to be a major problem. Only one 
player averaged over ten points per game but the rest of the scoring was evenly distributed throughout the remainder of the team. 

The overall quickness of the team was its major asset, which was most evident in the team they played. It was the strong pressure 
defense that kept the team in many games throughout the year. After losing their first three games to the top three league contenders, the 
Bears bounced back to win their next three games. But the long layoff at semester break seemed to hurt the team as they could not mount 
a consistent winning streak in the second half of the season. The Bears ended up with a 7-9 record in the Massachusetts State Conference 
where all eight teams proved to be very strong. The highlights of the year included wins over powerful North Adams, Nichols, and 
Salem State proved that when they "put it all together," the Bears were capable of beating anyone they played. 

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BRIDGEWATER VARSITY WRESTLING 

The Bridgewater wrestling grizzlies broke the varsity ice this year with four wins and six losses. Our new coach, Steven Cowell of Brockton, added the 
ingredients to win four of our last five matches. The first few losses were due to our half-team membership early in the season. But after semester 
break, new recruits began showing their moves on the mat. Lack of gym space and competition for the gym with other teams allowed only a minimal 
practice time. But as the end of the season grew, practice sessions were being worked out and better performances resulted from all the grizzlies. 



With victories taken from Maine Maritime, Tufts, Holy Cross and Emerson, the others were closely contested. The team looks quite competent for 
next year since the team is losing team captain John Mondor. The stars of the season reflected good records and show better potential for a winning 
season next year. 



WRESTLING 

Among the wrestlers and their records were 126-lb. 
Tim Townsend (3-1). 134-lb. class Jerry Oakman (1-3), 
150-lb. Roger Tremblay (6-4), 15-lb. Joe Jordan (2-7), 
167-Ib. John Mondor (3-3), 177-lb. John Angelini (7- 
2), 191 Eric Brunelle (5-1), and heavyweight John Nad- 
worny (6-4). Among the super-stars, John Angelini 
proved to be superior in defeating the majority of his 
opponents by pins. John, next year's co-captain, also 
placed 2nd and 3rd in various AAU tourneys. Neck and 
neck with John and our new captain, Eric Brunelle 
proved his prowess with four pins. He placed second in 
the 191 -lb. class in the NEICW Tournament at MIT. 

Honorable mentions to John Nadworny and Roger 
Tremblay for contributing many points to the team and 
remaining respectable records. 

"Wrestle quick . . . Wrestle tough . . . Wrestle 
smart but . . . have respect! Good Luck, keep healthy 
and keep the grizzlie spirit roaring!" 

Sincerely, 

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TILLY — Waiting in long lines for Salisbury steak three times a week — Being greeted 
every morning with a smile by Gloria — Being starved but settling for a salad — Always 
finding at least three flavors of pink ice cream — Going back for seconds on spaghetti 
sauce — Waiting for someone to find the right radio station — Stuffing late night 
snacks into your pockets or any other hiding place — Singing "Happy Birthday" almost 
every night — Setting your silverware so that it can be all dumped in the same tray for 
the dishwasher — Specializing — Finding what's on for the night. 

TILLY — It was more than a dining hall, it had to be. It was the heart of Bridgewater. 



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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 

For the Women's Basketball Team, 1976 was a year that will undoubtedly be remembered as one of the 
most successful in the history of women's sports here at Bridgewater. This year's J.V. and Varsity squads 
fortified the longstanding tradition of high quality women's basketball and proved themselves to be a 
perennial powerhouse in years to come. 

The J.V., under first year coach Diane Sednah, literally ran past every opponent they faced this season, 
ending with a perfect 9-0 record. Captained by sophomore Mary Jane Muello, the spirited J.V.'s com- 
bined talent, hustle and desire to completely dominate every contest. The future of Women's Basketball 
looks very bright with the upcoming talent from the unbeaten J.V.'s. 

With promises of one of the best teams ever, the varsity faced the 1976 season. After recording a rather 
disappointing 6-5 record in 1975, nine returning veterans, an outstanding junior varsity player, a senior 
returnee after a year's absence, and a 6'2" freshman center formed this year's varsity squad armed with 
unlimited potentiality. When it was over, a short ten weeks after it began, the team boasted a 10-4 record, 
ending the season with an invitation to the E.A.I.A.W. Regional Tournament in Cortland, N.Y. More 
importantly, for which the team and the whole school should be proud, the women's varsity, coached by 
Dr. Regina Gross, brought the M.A.I.A.W. Division I championship home to Bridgewater State for the 
second straight year. For the seniors, Gina Silva, Jackie Dunphy, and captain Barbara Stevens, it was a 
perfect ending to their basketball careers at BSC. 




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Junior- Senior Send-off with FATE 


Saturday, May 1 5 


Red Sox vs. Milwaukee at Fenway Park 


Sunday, May 16 


Senior Co-ed Softball Game Prizes: 1st Keg, 2nd Vi Keg, 3rd 1 case 


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Senior Night in the Rathskeller 


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Senior week began in fine style with the Red Sox beating the Brewers 7-2 on a bright and sunny Saturday afternoon. Sen- 
iors exhausted themselves Sunday playing softball for a keg of beer. That night, a band in the Rat seemed to set the stage 
for a great week ahead. THEN THE RAINS CAME. 

Monday dawned grey and dismal for the Martha's Vineyard trip but the elements didn't stop the majority from enjoying 
the boat ride and the island. Carly Simon showed up before the ride back to give an added lift to the day's journey even 
though she declined an offer to sing at graduation. Miraculously, the wetness held off for the booze cruise in Boston Har- 
bor, though it is doubted that anyone would have noticed the rain at that time, anyway. In fact, a few souls did not 
even notice the boat. It was a good chance to catch a good buzz and sing some dirty songs in pure Bridgewater fashion. 
Things seemed to be picking up but Mother Nature had thrown us a curve because the following day, winter weather set 
in for the clan bake with 40 degree temperatures and gale winds forcing us off Horseneck Beach. However, the seniors 
were not to be denied. They rallied and made the most of the surroundings, spreading beach blankets on the hardwood 
floor and emptying their beer filled coolers. Thursday brought better weather, because there were no outside activities 
planned. The Monsoon had passed. That night, Ridder Club hosted the dinner-dance combining an excellent smorgasboard 
with some fine dance music by Together. All things considered, D. J. was the star of the week and he graduated us in fine 
Bridgewater style. D. J. is not an event; he is a state of mind — drunk. 

Some 300 seniors drank and sang their hearts out beginning with Pomp and Circumstance (on the kazoo's), and ending 
with the Boxer. This was the last time everyone would probably party together and everyone made the most of it. The mad 
breakfast that followed mellowed out the entire evening, giving us a break from the frenzy of D. J. and sending us out to 
party the final night away. 



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CHILDREN LEARN WHAT THEY LIVE 



If a child lives with criticism. 

He learns to condemn. 
If a child lives with hostility. 

He learns to fight. 
If a child lives with ridicule. 

He learns to be shy. 
If a child lives with shame. 

He learns to feel guilty. 
If a child lives with tolerance. 

He learns to be patient. 
If a child lives with encouragement. 

He learns confidence. 
If a child lives with praise. 

He learns to appreciate. 
If a child lives with fairness. 

He learns justice. 
If a child lives with security. 

He learns to have faith. 
If a child lives with approval, 

He learns to like himself. 
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Will The Real B.S.C. Please Stand Up 

Unfortunately most yearbooks fail to present the chronicle of the passing year in its true perspec- 
tive. For the most part they focus their attention on the happy times which naturally are the high- 
lights of any school year. We know, however, that the reality of life is not always so pleasant as the 
happy, drunk, smiling faces of our friends might lead us to believe. In this respect most yearbooks do 
us some injustice and I'm sure that I would not be the first to admit that this past year (or past four 
years) was no bed of roses. 

The day to day life of the average Bridgewater student is less than exciting and sometimes painful. 
Taking notes and studying for finals has never been high on anyone's list of things to see and do at 
B.S.C. At the same time, flu epidemics and occasional ptomaine from the caf . do their best to under- 
mine the learning process. As if this combination weren't enough to send us to the emotional pits, 
we had the deaths of Bear and Steve to make us conscious of each person's vulnerability. 

In its handbook, B.S.C. claims to prepare us for the "outside world." If this training entails the 
acceptance of name calling and criticism by housemothers and administrators, then Bridgewater has 
done its job. In addition, we are led by the hand for four years until we are graciously "let go" by the 
benevolence of almighty Boyden at a ceremony called commencement which doesn't even belong to 
the graduates. The only response from the administration is that we are "not capable of handling 
responsibility" which in truth was never delegated to us in the first place. 

The purpose of these ramblings is not to belittle the immense amount of good times that we all 
shared. It is merely a look at the true existence of a Bridgewater student in order to give a more well- 
rounded picture of campus life this past year. We're all just hackin' around each day trying to grab 
whatever education we can for all the hard earned bucks that we've poured into this establishment. I 
guess this might better be a tribute to all of you who did receive your diplomas in spite of all this 
adversity. I congratulate you. 



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Diane L. Desresiers 




Kathleen Desresiers 



Dorothea Dif alco 




Debra A. Dinardo 



Paula Dinatale 




Michael R. Diodati 



250 



Marilyn L. Dipucchio 




Gabriel Dirkalidis 



Joseph W. Dixon 





Linda J. Doherty 



Laureen A. Dolloff 




Susan E. Donaghey 



Karen A. Dooley 




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Ann M. Doucette 



Patricia Doyle 




Denise R. Doyon 



Gretchen Drain 



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Marjorie Furze 



Carol Friel 



Linda Fullerton 




Kathleen Freeman 





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James J. Fraher 




Susan J. Foster 




Thomas M. Droukas 




Denise R. Dudutis 



Kathleen Duffy 



Mary Duggan 





Veronica Dunn 



Robert W. Dunne 



Mary J. Dunphy 



Diane A. Duphily 





Susan C. Dupont 



Barbara A. Dutton 



Constance Dwane 



Charles W. Eager 253 





Joanne N. Eddy Karen M. Edwards Kenneth L. Edwards 




Andrea Farrell 




Jayne E. Fedele 



Evelyn H. Ferioli 






Hilda F. Fernandes 



Cheryl A. Ferreira 



Daniel J. Ferreira 



Veneranda Ferreira 




Marian G. Ferrick 



Elaine M. Figueiredo 




Susan A. Fillion 



Jennifer Fisher 255 




Sandra A. Fisher 



Susan J. Fisher 




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William D. Fletcher 




Barbara A. Flynn 



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Theresa A. Foley 



Janet M. Fontinka 



Paul F. Gabriel 





Mary Gabrity 



Susan C. Galarneaux 



Ellenmari Gallagher 



Richard Gallagher 





Joyce A. Gamble 



Shirley A. Garabedian 





Kenneth P. Gay 



Linda J. Gellatly 




Joanne Gendreau 



Joseph V. Genovese 



257 





Barbara A. Germaine 



Karen E. Gervais 




Kathleen Gibbons 



Valerie J. Gill 





258 



Cheryl A. Gillis 



William J. Giordano 



Thomas J. Glynn 



Andrea F. Golden 




Nancy E. Gomes 



Cynthia L. Goss 





Wayne P. Goudreault 



Patricia Gould 





Sandra L. Gould 



Ann M. Graney 



Donna Gray 



John J. Grazewski 259 





Linda E. Greenberg 



Charlotte Greenhalgh 



Elizabeth Gregory 



Janice M. Grew 





Gina M. Guasconi 



Raymond N. Guay 



Joan Gunn 



Diane M. Gunther 




260 



Linda R. Gustaf sor 



Virginia Haddad 




Nancy A. Hall 




Jacquelin Hamilton 



Raymond V. Hand 






Barbara A. Haney 



Pamela A. Hanif y 



Nancy M. Hanlon 



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Judith L. Haskell 



261 





Susan W. Hawes 



Mark P. Hayer 



Susan E. Hayes 




Charles F. Healey 



Linda M. Healy 




Richard D. Heath 



Ellen M. Hef fernan 





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Philip J. Hef fernan 



Sheila M. Henderson 



Cynthia A. Hendrickson 



Margaret Hjerpe 





Paula A. Holden 



Kathleen Holleran 



Edna G. Hollander 



Esther S. Holmes 





Peter A. Holt 



Sherran Hopkins 






Donna L. Houlker 



Paul J. Howard 



William P. Howley, Jr. 



Paula C. Huden 



263 





Richard A. Hudson Jr. 



Patricia Hunt 



Eva E. lanniello 



Carol Irr 




Elizebeth Jackson 



Patricia Janelle 





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Christine Johnson 



Claudia A. Johnson 



Martha A. Johnson 



Sandra L. Johnson 





Susan Johnson 



Alan M. Johnston 



Brian S. Jones 



Jean I. Jones 265 




Richard J. Jones 



Daniel P. Joseph 




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Debra A. Kelly 




Kathleen Kelly 



Lou Anne Kelly 





Patricia Kennedy 



Mary C. Kenney 



Marc J. Kerble 



Jack J. Kerzner 




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Howard F. King III 



Michael A. King 



David L. Kingsford 267 





Thomas F. Kinsman 



Allan M. Kittner 



Ellen V. Koch 





Irene Korabowski 



Patricia Kosciuszek 



Susan G. Kowinski 



Jane T. Koziol 



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268 



Mary P. Kruger 



Esther E. Kreimer 



Mary J. Landgraf 



Deborah M. Lang 





Janine M. Langlais 



Steven R. Larosee 




Hans T. Larsen 



Jane E. Latak 





Kathleen Laverty 



Susan E. Lavimonier 



Janet C. Lawless 



William Leahy 269 





Susanne H. Leary 



Carolyn M. LeBlanc 



Nanq^ M. Ledin 



Roberta L. Legg 





Deborah L. Leaman 



Margaret Leof fler 



Donna M. Lepine 





270 Guy F. Levan 



Anne M. Levesque 



Stephen B. Lewis 



Karen M. Lindley 





Charles J. Liolios 



Janet P. Locke 



Beth A. Lomasney 



Katherine Lopes 





Kathryn Lopes 



Wendy J. Lucia 



Gina M. Lynch 



John R. Lynch 





Michael E. Lynch 



Nancy M. Lyons 



Mary Jane MacDonald 



Peter F. Macdonald 



271 





Douglas R. MacFarland 



Susan A. Mackey 



Katherine Mackie 



Nancy E. MacNeil 





Elaine Mador 



Nancy B. Mahoney 



Stanley A. Makowski 



Margaret Mancuso 





272 



Paul J. Mandeville 



Donna M. Mansolilli 



Mary S. Mara 



William E. Mara 




Janice M. Marcelonis 



Stephen T. Margarite 






Charles D. Marotta 



Marlene Marrocco 



Jane L. Marshall 



Martha E. Marshall 





Carolyn M. Martin 



Nancy L. Martin 



Patricia Martin 



Eve Masiello 273 







Catherine Mason 



Debra K. Mason 



Judith Masteron 





Debra A. Matthias 



Pamela E. Mayer 



Mark K. McCluskey 



James M. McCormick 





274 Patricia McCormick 



Kathleen McDeed 



Mary E. McDonald 



Sue A. McEndy 




Catherine McFarland 



Robert McGann 





Kathleen McGerigle 



James A. McGowan 



George A. McKenna II 



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Susan M. Meade 



Lauren Mehl 



Linda Mello 



Janice M. Mendes 




Jean M. Moakley 





Janet Monet 



Elisa F. Monteiro 



Mary^ellen Moran 



Janice Y. Moraux 





Charles D. Moreira 



Kathleen Morey 



Diane L. Morgan 



Laura M. Morgan 





Suzanne M. Morrell 



Michael W. Morris 



Jane A. Morrissey 



Patricia Moschella 277 





Janet E. Mott 



Kathleen Moura 



Priscilla Muehlen 



Ann T. Murphy 





Robert F. Murray 



Nancy A. Nadeau 



Patrick D. Nally 



Jeanne P. Neault 





278 



Charles L. Nechtem 



Sandra J. Nelson 



Ann T. Newman 



James Nicoletti 





William T. Nixon 



Jill M. Normadin 




Barbara E. O'Brien 



Kathleen O'Brien 





Patricia O'Brien 



Sheila O'Brien 



Sherin O'Brien 



John P. O'Connell 279 





Kathleen O'Connor 



Mary R. O'Connor 



Paul Q. O'Donnell 



Linda A. Olson 



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Dennis F. O'Neil 



Janet M. Orlando 



Patricia O'Rourke 



Maria L. Pacheco 





280 



Cynthia M. Panagakos 



Joanne C. Pankowski 



Pamela A. Paquette 



Neil J. Pare 





Karen M. Peirce 



Christine Pelletier 



Rhonda M. Pemberton 



Joyce G. Penny 






Nancy Perry 



Janis Perterson 



Lauren Peyton 



Donna J. Phillips 





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Albert Pietrantonio 



Laura A. Pineu 



James B. Pinzari 281 





John Pires 



Ronald P. Piscatelli 



Eva P. Piscitelli 



Mark J. Poirer 





Paula J. Poling 



Catherine Poudrier 



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Edward H. Priest 








282 



Stephen A. Prophet 



Mary G. Punch 



Barbara A. Putnam 





Doreen Quintiliani 



Susan J. Rak 





Dorothy R. Ray 



Florence Reid 



Ann L. Reinhagen 



Lee A. Reinhalter 




Peter J. Retos 



Diane M. Ribeiro 




Jane E. Riendeau 



Karen F. Riendeau 283 





Susan E. Rist 



Richard D. Rivers 



Robert R. Robbins 



Louise A. Robitaille 





Josephine Roche 



Jane M. Rogers 



Judith A. Rolli 



Susan A. Rose 





284 



Robert A. Rossetti 



Deborah H. Roth 



Mary J. Ruegg 



Daniel J. Rugg 





John P. Rull 



Mary T. Ryan 



Deborah R. Sadler 



John P. Salamon 




Ira B. Sallen 




Diane Sangarmano 



John J. Sannicandri 



Caryn Sanson 





Debra L. Schlegel 



Karen A. Scholtes 



Lynne Schultz 



Cynthia M. Scott 285 




Roy M. Seitsinger Jr. 



Janice L. Semple 





Michelle Sevigny 



Susan M. Sharkey 




286 




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Carol A. Sheehan 



Joseph Sheehan 



Vincent F. Sia 









Peter Sietine 



Anthony Silva 



Pamela Silva 



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Regina A. Silva 





Joseph R. Silvi 



Pamela M. Simas 



Deborah Simmons 



Barbara Simon 





Joanne L. Simpson 



Michael Slamon 



Curtis M. Slocum 



Debra J. Smith 287 





Elizabeth Smith 



Judith L. Smith 



Marilyn E. Smith 



Andrea M. Sousa 





Kathleen Souza 



Theresa M. Souza 



Virginia Spellman 



Carolyn J. Spence 





288 Marcia A. Spencer 



Howard J. Sperling 



Ronald L. Stahley 



David A. Staples 








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Janet A. Steeves 



Cynthia L. Stetson 



Barbara A. Stevens 



Michael A. Stevens 





Karen Stivaletta 



Charles Stockbridge 



Cheryl C. Strawn 



Susan J. Strzesak 





Beverly Studebaker 



Robert G. Surette 



Laurel S. Swanson 



Jacquelin Sylvia 





Beth G. Taber 



Dorothy E. Tameo 



Joanne M. Tarpey 



Marie F. Tatro 




Lucy M. Tavares 





Colleen A. Taylor 



Annabeth Tenbroeck 



Nanq^ Tessier 





Michelle Tetreault 



Marie E. Thibault 



Jeffrey E. Thorn 



Gary P. Thomas 





Karen Thompson 



Elizabeth Thompson 



Maryanne Thompson 



Lorraine Thurnhill 





Charles P. Tobey 



Maureen C. Tobin 



Gail A. Touchette 



Marguerit Trahan 




Mary T. Trahan 





Janet L. Tucker 



Paula A. Tukesbrey 



Thomas R. Turco 



Katherine Tyndall 





Elaine M. Vass 



Lawrence Venezia 



John E. Vercollone 



Richard A. Verville 





Donna A. Viera 



Marion Viera 



James P. Von Euw 



Peter L. Voono 





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Terri A. Wainor 



David A. Walbourne 



Linda Walker 




Diane M. Walsh 



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Donna D. Withey 





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As our years at B.S.C. rapidly draw to a close we might do well to reflect 
on the significance of the time that we have spent here. Although it 
might be a matter of public debate as to whether we've actually learned 
anything, I think we can safely assume that each of us has acquired an 
appreciable sum of knowledge from our academic work. Socially, the 
friendships that have been formed will be tested as we go our separate 
ways. This separation from the people that we've grown close to places 
us in a strange paradox — that of not wanting to leave but also realizing 
that we couldn't stand to be here for another year. We all hope that the 
ties which have been established will remain as strong as they are at the 
present time. 

We have all made achievements, some more outstanding than others, 
and we will continue to do so when we leave; that is the expectation of 
our society. However, it is important that the quest for these rewards 
not so totally consume the individual that self identity is lost. Forfeit of 
one's identity for personal acclaim is the height of self -betrayal. The ini- 
tial impact of rewards brings us into the public eye and makes us feel 
great for a while but this elation fades all too quickly until only the 
award winner in cognizant of his accomplishment. Personalities, on the 
other hand, linger far longer in the mind and bring into focus the true 
person long after the glitter of an award has passed. Therefore, we 
might do well to concentrate on these areas of our individual selves that 
need improvement. For ultimately it's not what we do that covints; it's 
who we are. 



Index 



Abraham, William J., 19 Westborough St., Worcester, 

MA, Elem. Ed. 
Airozo. Maryanne, 306 Wood St., New Bedford, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Alborghetti, Susan K., French 
Allaire, Jeanne M., French 
AUanbrook, Arthur, 27 Spring Hill Ave., Bridgewater, 

MA, Elem. Ed. 
Allison, Robert F., 9 Dana Rd., Peabody, MA. History 
Amaral, Lidia, 1035 New Boston Rd., Fall River, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Ames, Anthony T., Sociology 
Anderson, Cheryl M., Elem. Ed. 
Anderson, Christine R., Special Ed. 
Anderson, David J., Physical Ed. 
Andedson, John R., 94 Cameron Rd., Norwood, MA, 

Biology 
Anderson, Kathleen M., Biology 
Anderson, Kathleen M., RED # 2 Winter St., 

Middleboro, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Anderson, Nancy R., Special Ed. 
Anderson Jr., Harold J., Sociology 
Andrews, Deborah J., 256 Chestnut St., New Bedford, 

MA, Special Ed. 
Anttila, Helena M., Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Archibald, Christine K., Elem. Ed. 
Ard, Catherine F., Sociology 
Armitage, Dawn L., 73 Plymouth Ave., Braintree, MA. 

Physical Ed. 
Arruda, Patricia A., 188 Cottage St.. Fall River. MA, 

Sociology 
Aucoin, Dolores A., English 
Azulay.Joan E.. 38 Cyress Rd., Pembroke. MA, Special 

Ed. 
Babine, John W., 29 Mac7 St., Amesbury, MA., Elem. 

Ed. 
Bagge, Anne E., 28jennings Dr., Raynham. MA, 

English 
Baglione, Lisa K., Psychology 
Bagnulo, Gail M., Elem. Ed. 

Bailey, Joanne, 362 East St., Brockton, MA, History 
Balzotti, Mary L., Elem. Ed. 
Banville, Maurice R., Special Ed. 
Barner, Lori C, 81 Clark St., Dedham, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Barnes, Patrick M., Comm. Ans and Sci. 
Barnwell, Sheila A., 117 Lewis Ave., Somerset. MA, 

Sociology 
Barron, Patricia A., 25 Forbes Ave.. Burlington, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Bartoloni, Mary A., 47 Howard St., Randolph, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Barton Jr., Wayne D., 281 Union St., E. Bridgewater. 

MA, Physics 
Bates, Elisabeth R., Special Ed. 
Bavin, Shelba J., Middlebury Arms Apt. D-16, 

Middleboro, MA, Physical Ed. 
Bavin, Thomas A., Physical Ed. 
Beaudoin. Richard R., 28 Center St., Segreganset. MA, 

Psychology 
Beaudreau, BrcndaJ., 27 Huntington Ave.. Monument 

Beach, MA. Special Ed. 
Beaulieu, Karen A., Physical Ed. 
Beaulieu, Richard N., 190 Bush St.. Fall River. MA, 

Psychology 
Bell, Marian L, 65 Walnut St., RFD 2, E. Bridgewater. 

MA, Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Benbenek, Paul L., 431 Fisher Rd., N. Dartmouth, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Benner, Donna M., 32 Hoover Ave., S. Braintree, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Bennett, Joanne, 19 Massasoit Ave., Fairhaven, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Bennett, Kathleen J., 122 Thatcher St., Westwood, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Bennett, Nancy R., 375 Washington St., Fairhaven, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Bennoch, Elizabeth P., Special Ed. 
Benoit, David W., 242 Main St., Bridgewater, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Benoit, June A., 242 Main St., Bridgewater, MA, Elem. 

Ed, 



Bernard, Janet A., 4 Dover St. Fairhaven, MA, French 
Berube, Kathleen A., 1 Gen. Sherman St., Taunton, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Berube, Lynn M., Elem. Ed. 
Beshara, David A.. Special Ed. 
Bigelow, Rhonda L., Physical Ed. 
Bill Jr., James H.. Psychology 
Bird, Doreen E., 499 Cushing St., Hingham. MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Bleau, Edward R., 4 Franklin St., N. Attleboro, MA, 

English 
Bliss, Gerard C, 165 E. Main St., Marlboro, MA, Art 
Bloomquist, Judith M., 375 Salem St., Woburn, MA, 

French 
Boardman, Carol, 753 New Boston Rd., Fall River, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Boehme, Robert L.. Chemistry 
Bohner, Kathleen A., Sociology 
Boisvert, Marianne, 82 Middle Road, Acushnet, MA, 

History 
Bolea, Patrice L., 116 Brooks Ave., Quincy, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Boles, Deborah A., 43 Taylor Ave., Dedham, MA, 

Mathematics 
Bollea, Dennis G., 34 Evergreen St., Fairhaven, MA. 

Earth Science 
Booth. Janice M.. Sociology 
Bordinelli. Mary D.. 30 W. Chestnut St.. Brockton. MA, 

Special Ed. 
Borecki, Sally A.. 197 Belleville Rd.. New Bedford, MA, 

Chemistry 
Botvin, Mary, 8 Rose Land Terrace, Marstons Mills, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Bouley. Gary E., 27 George St., Whitman, MA, Biology 
Bowers, Ed. W., Art 
Boyne, Nancy B., Special Ed. 
Brackett, Bonita F., Elem. Ed. 
Brady, Carol C, Elem. Ed. 
Brady, Clare M., 105 Hatherly Rd., Scituate, MA. Elem. 

Ed. 
Brehm, Lorraine A., Special Ed. 
Brennan, Catherine A., Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Brcslin, Mary-Anne, Special Ed. 
Britton, Ann, 96 Union St., Bridgewater, MA, Comm. 

Arts and Sci. 
Brockbank, Brenda, 1041 Johnson St., N. Andover, MA, 

Mathematics 
Brcxjkfield, Susan, Earth Science 
Bryan, Constance M., 96 Nahanton Ave., Milton, MA, 

History 
Bua, Jeffrey P., Physical Ed. 
Buckley, Donald J., 87 Sutton St., New Bedford, MA, 

Biology 
Burke, Heidi A., 16 Belmont St., Methuen, MA, Special 

Ed. 
Burman, Marguerite, 358 Chatham West Dr., Brockton, 

MA, Elem. Ed. 
Burrell, Donna L., 209 South Dr., Bridgewater, MA, 

English 
Butler, Ann M., Physical Ed. 
Byrne, Virginia M., Mathematics 
Byron. June T., Elem. Ed. 
Cabral, Michael E., 5 Maple Ave., Kingston, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Cabral, Thomas, 56 Marsh St., Fall River, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Cabral H, John R., 317 Hillberg Ave., Brockton, MA, 

Sociology 
Cachopa, Mary E., 286 Morton St., Stoughton, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Caddeil, Linda J., 8 Picker Lane, Easton, MA, Psychology 
Caizza, Mary C, 27 Broad St., Brockton, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Camacho, Diane M., Physical Ed. 
Campanella, William F., 338 Westwood Ave., E. 

Longmeadow, MA, Special Ed. 
Campbell, Lynn J., 4 Western Ave., N. Easton, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Campbell, Mary E., 38 Glenwood Ave., Cambridge, MA, 

Phyiscal Ed. 
Campo, Lorraine C, 283 Ridgewood Dr., Norwood, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Candito, Robert J., 81 Hampton Cir., Hull, MA, Chem/ 

Geology 



Canter, Janet, 23 Meadow Lane Apt. 2, Bridgewater, MA, 

English 
Caf>ezio, Lauretta A., Comm. Ans and Sci. 
Carey, David S., Art 
Carlson, Paula J., 54 Western Ave., N. Easton, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Carmichael, Lynn A., 158 Washington St., Canton, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Carney, Marie C, 334 Plymouth St., Holbrook, MA, 

History/Sociol. 
Carrara, Denise, 1590 Bay Rd., Stoughton, MA, Physical 

Ed. 
Carroll, Jean M., 64 Morse Ave., Dedham, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Carter, Wendy L, 1444 Mass Ave., Lexington, MA, 

Biology 
Carrier, Mark S., 8 Tenth Ave., Halifax, MA, Comm. 

Arts and Sci. 
Case, Deborah S., 3 Fellows St., Danvers, MA, Special 

Ed. 
Cash, Laurie A., Elem. Ed. 
Cassie, Darlene, Psychology 
Cassulo, Joanne L., Anthropology 
Castle, Richard T., Psychology 
Castro, Marie A., 5 Woodlawn St., E. Taunton, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Caulfield, Donna M., Mathematics 
Cavanagh, Albert R., Sociology 
Cella, Linda, Physical Ed. 
Cerce, Catherine A., 42 Kurland Ave., Brockton, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Chase, Kathleen E., 12 Gregg St., Beverly, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Chiodetti, John C, 64 Alpine PI., Franklin, MA, 

Mathematics 
Cichon, Michael, 254 Moniaup St., Fall River, MA, 

Biology 
Ciullo, Robert J., 72 Cook St., Fall River, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Clancy, Beatrice R., Special Ed. 
Clancy, Cynthia A., Psychology 

Clark, Frank S., 17 River St., Stoughton, MA, Psychology 
Clark, Joseph P., 1 1 1 Baldwin St., Fall River, MA, 

Chemistry 
Clement, Catherine A., Chemistry 
Clifford, Catherine M., Special Ed. 
Coakley, Gail M., 252 Main St., Medway, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Coakley, Marian T., 23 Zabelle Ave., Auburn, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Coburn, Denise, Biology 
Cochrane, Jan N., Special Ed. 
Cohen, Barry D., 595 Revere Beach Parkway, Revere, 

MA, Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Colby, Clifton M., Art 
Cole, Linda C, Elem. Ed. 
Collins, Michael A., 182 Datewcxxi St., Wareham, MA, 

Political Sci. 
Collins, Richard B., Sociology 
Collins, Susan M., Earth Science 
Colmer, Kathleen E., 221 York St., Canton, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Colyer, Diane M., Physical Ed. 
Comita, Jean M., 70 Forest Drive, Bridgewater, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Conant, Robert E., 850 Webster St., Hanover, MA, 

History 
Condlin, Joan A., Ocean Heights, Edgartown, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Connor, Louise, 14 Coury Dr., Acushnet, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Conrad, Kathy M., English 
Conway, William G., Physical Ed. 

Coose, Debra P., 453 Willard St., Quincy, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Cordeiro, Paula A., 13 Morgan St., Fairhaven, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Cormier, Arthur J., Special Ed. 
Corriveau, Denise T., 213 MacArthur Ave., Somerset, 

MA, Physical Ed. 
Costello, Catherine M., 303 Highland St., E. Bridgewater, 

MA, History 
Cote, Anne M., 255 Somerset Ave., Taunton, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Cotter, Joanne, 179 Rochambeau St., New Bedford, MA, 

Art 



Cotter, Richard T., 6^6 Plain St., Marshfield, MA, 

Biology 
Courcy, Joseph A., Psychology 
Courc^, Lisa L., English 
Couture, Ann M., 19 Simpson Ln., Assonet, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Coyle, Beverley A., English 
Coyle, Francis W., Special Ed. 
Coyle, Joanne E., Special Ed. 
Coyne, Jeanne A., Geography 

Craig, Doris A., 26 Quarry Rd., Dedham, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Crosby, Joan, 246 Colonel Hunt Dr., Abington, MA, 

Sociology 
Crosby, Karen-Lee, Elem. Ed. 
Crosby, Maureen P., Special Ed. 
Crossen, Susan E., Mathematics 
Crowley, Janice T., Elem. Ed. 
Cuddy, Claire M., Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Cummings, Linda C, Psychology 
Carrie, Linda M., 95 Summer St., Abington, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Curry, Jayne M., 118 Howland Rd., Stoughton, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Dacosta, Paula R., History 
Dagraca, Laurindo T., 51 Porter St., Taunton, MA 

Spanish 
Daley, Jon P., Art 
Daly, Dennis E., Eanh Science 
Darche, Patrice A., Biology 
Darsch, Jayne L., French 
Dau, Beverly G., 74 Stoughton Rd., Dedham, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Davidson, Rebecca L., Anthropology 
Davis, Dan M., 102 South Main St., Middlebury, VT, 

Elem. Ed. 
Davis, Eric A., Mathematics 

Davis, John A., 11 Dixon St., Dedham, MA, English 
Davis, Sheila A., Physical Ed. 
Decosta Jr., Joseph R., 380 Robeson St., Fall River, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Decoste, Lois A., Physical Ed. 
Decouto, Margaret M., Elem. Ed. 
Dee, Janet M., Elem. Ed. 
Deguire, Lucille B., Psychology 
Delmonaco, Donna M., 5 Roc-Fall Rd., Hingham, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Delorenzo, Madalyn A., 131 Thayer Ave., E. 

Bridgewater, MA, Mathematics 
Demello, Mary M., Physical Ed. 
Demski, Marianne K., 4 Endicott Ave., Marblehead, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Dcroche, Kathleen M., 162 Moulton St., Rehoboth, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Deslauriers, Lee A., Physical Ed. 
Desrosiers, Kathleen A., Elem. Ed. 
Dif alco, Dorothea, Special Ed. 
Dinardo, Debra A., 85 Edwards St., Quincy, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Dinatale, Paula M., 1 1 Arcadia Ave., Reading, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Diodati, Michael R., 68 Bridges Rd., Williamstown, 

MA, History 
Dirhalidis, Gabriel, 123 Battle St., Brockton, MA, 

English 
Dixon Jr.. Joseph W., 263 Chestnut St., Randolph, MA, 

Art 
Dodge, Roberta S., 362 Summer St., Bridgewater, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Doherty, Joseph T., Spiecial Ed. 
Doherty, Linda J., 138 Lyman Rd., Milton, MA, Special 

Ed. 
Dolloff, Laureen A., Elem. Ed. 
Donaghey, Susan E., Physical Ed. 
Donoghue, Anne M., 15 Fisher St., Westborough, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Dooley, Karen A., English 
Doucette, Ann M., 30 Rockland Dr., Pittsfield, MA, 

Psychology 
Douzanis, Judith E., Harvard Rd., Shirley, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Doyle, Patricia A., Elem. Ed. 
Doyle, Robert F., Physical Ed. 
Doyon, Denise R., Elem. Ed. 



Drain, Gretchen, 94 Cedar St., Quincy, MA, Elem. Ed. 

Droukas, Thomas M., Earth Science 

Dubic, Joseph A., 206Jon Drive, Brockton, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Dudutis, Denise R., 60 Hooper Rd., Dedham, MA, Art 
Duffy, Kathleen L., Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Duggan, Mary, Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Dunn, Veronica M., Physical Ed. 
Dunne, Robert W., Psychology 
Dunphy, Mary J., 26 Arthur St., Braintree, MA, Physical 

Ed. 
Dupont, Susan C, State Ave. Box # 174, Palmer, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Dutton, Barbara A., 77 Billings St., Sharon, MA, Special 

Ed. 
Dybowski, Jane, 795 N. Underwood St., Fall River, MA, 

Biology 
Eager, Charles W., History 
Eastman, Bradford D., History 
Eddy, Joanne N., 121 Park Ave., S. Weymouth, MA, 

French 
Edw'jrds, Karen M., plem. Ed. 
Edwards, Kenneth L., Sociology 

Ennis, Charles S., 18 Barberry Ln., Norwood, Psychology 
Entel, Robert L., Geography 
Erichsen, Robin D., 4 Knollwood Rd., Medfield, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Fahey, Laurie F., English 
Fardie, Joan, Elem. Ed. 
Farias Rose-Marie, 41 Moody St., Fall River, MA, Special 

Ed. 
Farley, Pamela E., Special Ed. 
Farnworth, Patricia E., Sociology 
Farrell, Andrea M., 9 Ledgewood Dr., Canton, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Farrey, Nancy J., Special Ed. 
Fedele, Jayne E., Elem. Ed. 
Ferioli, Evelyn H., 71 Forest St., Bridgewater, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Fernandes, Hilda F., Elem. Ed. 
Fernandes, Susan J., 119 Jerome St., Berkley, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Ferreira, Cheryl A., 49 Briarwood Dr., Seekonk, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Ferreira, Daniel J., Mathematics 

Ferrick, Marian G., 50 Main St., Sandwich, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Field, Phyllis, Sociology 
Figueiredo, Elaine M., 1233 Pleasant St., E. Weymouth, 

MA, Elem. Ed. 
Fillion, Susan A., Physical Ed. 
Finnerty, Michael F., 33 Johnson St., W. Roxbury, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Fisher, Jennifer, N., Elem. Ed. 
Fisher, Sandra A., RED, Vineyard Haven, MA, Spiecial 

Ed. 
Fisher, Susan J., Sociology 
Flaherty, Maryellen, Elem. Ed. 
Fletcher. William D., 37 Stickney Rd., Fitchburg, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Flor, Jane E., Elem. Ed. 
Flynn, Barbara A., 691 Stafford Rd., Tiverton, RI, 

Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Fogg, Linda L., 53 Curtis St. #6, Quincy, MA, Sociology 
Foisy, Russell M., History 
Foley, Debora T., 127 Main St., Bridgewater, MA, 

Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Foley, Debra A., Special Ed. 
Foley, James P., 220 Robert Rd., Dedham, MA, Political 

Sci. 
Foley, John F., Political Sci. 
Foley, Michael J., Special Ed. 
Foley, Theresa A., 37 Trainor Dr., Braintree, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Fontinha, Janet M., 103 Brcxsks PI., W. Bridgewater, 

MA, Elem. Ed. 
Ford, Elizabeth A., 82 Osceola Ave., Worcester, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Foster, Patricia A., Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Foster, Susan J., 178 Algonquin St., Brockton, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Fraher, James J., Psychology 
Francisco, Delia M., 117 Collette St., New Bedford, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 



Friel, Carol A., 68 Chickadee Lane, Centerville, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Fullerton, Linda M., Special Ed. 
Furze, Marjorie A., 733 Williams St., N. Dighton, MA, 

Psychology 
Gabriel, Paul F., Biology 

Gage, Gloria L., 4 Woodclif f Rd., Canton, Elem. Ed. 
Galarneaux, Susan C, Sociology 
Gallagher, Ellenmarie, Elem. Ed. 
Gallagher, Kevin T., 180 Main St., Bridgewater, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Gallagher, Richard P., 56 Hills St., Randolph, MA, 

English 
Gamble, Joyce A., Elem. Ed. 
Garabedian, Shirley A,, 16 Park Ln. Ave., Milford, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Gardner, Karen L., 12 Linhares Ave., Mattapoisett, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Garrity, Mary E., 2 Fairlawn Ave., Milton, MA, Special 

Ed. 
Gay, Kenneth P., 560 Pleasant St., Stoughton, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Gcddie, Cheryl D., Plymouth Ave., Wareham, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Gellatly, Linda J., Elem. Ed. 
Gendreau, Joanne, 225 Orange St., Fall River, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Germain, Albert E., Biology 
Germaine, Barbara A., Special Ed. 
Gervais, Karen E., Physical Ed. 
Giannelli, Aldo E., History 
Gibbons, Kathleen A., 117 Longmeadow Ave., 

Worcester, MA, Physical Ed. 
Gill, Valerie J., Special Ed. 
Gillis, Cheryl A., Physical Ed. 
Giordano, William J., 6 Kenart Rd., Medway, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Giragosian, Richard, 20 Lakeshore Drive, Pembroke, 

MA, Psychology 
Girard, Janice M., 44 Jerusalem Rd., Fairhaven, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Glynn, Thomas J., 47 Donald Tennant Cr., N. Attleboro, 

MA, Elem. Ed. 
Golden, Andrea F., 14 Hill St., Woburn, MA, Physical 

Ed. 
Gomes, Nancy E., Elem. Ed. 
Goss, Cynthia L., 80 High St., Newburyport, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Gould, Patricia E., 266 Main St., Norwell, MA, 

Psychology 
Gould, Sandra L., 700 Brockton Ave., Abington, MA, 

History 
Graney, Ann M., 11 High St., Norwood, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Gray, Donna M., Special Ed. 
Grazewski, John J., 14 Greatwoods Ter., Lynn, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Gredler, Michael E., Biology 
Greenberg, Linda E., 2109 Elm St., Dighton, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Greenhalgh, Charlotte R., Chestnut Hill Rd., Groton, 

MA, Physical Ed. 
Gregory, Elizabeth A., 47 Clark Rd., Bx. 410, RED 4, 

Buzzards Bay, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Grew, Janice M., Biology 
Griffin, Judith A., 169 Charles St., Abington, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Griffin, Sheila M., Biology 
Griggs, Joan F., Elem. Ed. 
Guasconi, Gina M., Elem. Ed. 
Guay, Raymond N., Sociology 
Guerrettaz, Donna M., Special Ed. 
Guilbeault, Paul L, 84 Rodney St., New Bedford, MA, 

English 
Gunn,Joan, 13 Tyson Rd., Franklin, MA, Sociology 
Gunther, Diane M., 52 Lafayette St., Randolph, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Gustafson, Linda R., Special Ed. 
Haddad, Virginia A., 10 S. Walpole St., Sharon, MA, 

Psychology 
Hague, Sarah E., 436 Prospect St., Fall River, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Hall, Deborah, 45 Brighton St., N. Abington, MA, Elem. 

Ed 



Hall, Nancy A.. 146 Plymouth St. #4, Bridgewater. MA, 

Art 
Hallberg, Elizabeth A., Elem. Ed. 
Hamilton, Jacqueline M., Special Ed. 
Hand, Raymond V.. 6 Melody Ln., E. Longmeadow. MA, 



Hanify, Pamela A., Art 

Hanlon, Nancy M., 56 Kensington Rd.. Dedham, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Harrington, James A.. 54 School St., Rehoboth, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Harris, Cynthia A., 55 Heather Ln., S. Weymouth, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Han, David R.. Elem. Ed. 
Hart, Larry L., 16Johnson St., Ashland, MA, Physical 

Ed. 
Han, Maureen S., Elem. Ed. 

Hart, Russell P., 55 Otis St., Mansfield, MA, History 
Harwood, Kathleen R., Elem. Ed. 
Haskell, Judith L., 101 Common St., Quincy, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Hawes, Susan W., 252 Rock O'Dundee Rd., S. 

Dartmouth, MA, Sfiecial Ed. 
Hawkins, Wendy A., 15 Nahanton Ave.. Milton, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Hayer, Mark P., Elem. Ed. 
Hayes, Susan E., 11 Marshall Rd., N. Easton. MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Healey, Charles P., 43 Beech St., Dedham, MA, Special 

Ed. 
Healy, Linda M., 8^ Doris Dr., N. Weymouth, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Heffernan, Ellen M., Elem. Ed. 
Heffernan, Philip J., 49 Wyman Rd., Billerica, MA, 

English 
Henderson, Sheila M., Psychology 
Hendrickson, Cynthia A.. 3 Kent Cir., Gloucester, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Hibler, George M., Physical Ed. 
Hill, Steven E., Elem. Ed. 
Hinds, James E., Political Sci. 
Hines, Margaret E., Psychology 
Hjerp>e, Margaret E., Special Ed. 
Hogan, Paul D., 94 Elmlawn Rd., Braintree. MA, 

Political Sci. 
Holden, Paula A., 4 Shawmut St., Maiden, MA, Special 

Ed. 
Hollander, Edna G., 35 Laurel St., E. Weymouth, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Holleran, Kathleen M., History 
Holmes, Esther S., 47 Chestnut Rd., Halifax, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Holt, Peter A., Elem. Ed 
Hood, Steven D., 70 Queen Annes Way #38, 

Weymouth, MA, Anthropology 
Hopkins, Sherran L., Psychology 
Houlker, Donna L., Physical Ed. 
Howard, Carol A., Chemistry 

Howard, Paul J., Fox Chase Rd., Chester, NJ, English 
Hudon, Paula C, 45 Alfred St., New Bedford, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Hudson Jr., Richard A., History 
Hughes, Cheryl A., Psychology 
Hughes, Jacqueline M., N. Shore Blvd. General 

Delivery, E. Sandwich, MA, History 
Hunt, Patricia F., Elem. Ed. 
Hurley, Diane K., English 

lanniello, Eva E., 114 Oak St., Duxbury, MA. History 
Irr, Carol A., Elem. Ed. 
Irving, Margaret E., Elem. Ed. 

Issa, Rosemary, 40 Harlan Dr., Brockton, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Jackson, Elizabeth H., 58 Gifford Ave., N. Dartmouth, 

MA, Elem. Ed. 
Janelle, Patricia M., Physical Ed. 
Jantz, Steven T., Sociology 
Jarret, Robert L., Biology 
Jennings, Paula E., 300 Allen St., New Bedford, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Jewell, Diane M., History/Sociol. 
Jezak, Janice M., 53 Whittier St., Fall River, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Jillson, Antonette W., 7 Jay Rd., Scituate, MA, Special 

Ed. 
Johnson, Christine M., Elem. Ed. 

300 



Johnson, Claudia A., Psychology 

Johnson. Martha A., 7 Morningside Dr., Walpole, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Johnson, Sandra L., Special Ed. 
Johnson, Susan E.. Elem. Ed. 
Johnston, Alan M., Geography 
Jones, Brian S., Physical Ed. 
Jones, Richard J., Political Sci. 
Jordan. Patricia A.. 19 Maple St., Millbury, MA, Physical 

Ed. 
Joseph, Daniel P., .39 Cedar Hill Rd., Ashland, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Joseph, Olivia E., 699 High St., Bridgewater, MA, 

Psychology 
Joubert, Veronica M., 15 Tobin Terrace, Whitman, MA, 

English 
Joy, Michael A., 12 Hardy Ave., Brockton, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Joyal, Jayne L., Elem. Ed. 
Jusseaume, Donna L., 698 Middle St., N. Dighton, MA, 

Elem, Ed. 
Kalman, Ronda A., Special Ed. 
Kane, Francis W., 135 Hancock St., Abington, MA, 

Sociology 
Kanellos, Gail S., 5 Windsor Rd., S. Weymouth, MA, 

Psychology 
Kasper, Deborah F., Elem. Ed. 
Keating, John F.. English 
Keetley. Elizabeth D., 38 Cedar Ave., Swansea, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Kelleher, William M., 398 Livingston St., Tewksbury, 

MA, Sociology 
Kellev, Karen S., 756 Locust St., Fall River, MA, Special 

Ed.' 
Kelly, Debra A., Elem. Ed. 
Kelly, Kathleen A., ^1 Chickatabot Rd., Quincy, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Kelly, Lou-Anne, 349 No. Pearl St., Apt. 418, Brockton, 

MA, Special Ed. 
Kennedy, Patricia A., Elem. Ed. 
Kenney, Mary C, Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Kerble, Marc J., 21 Albert Rd., Peabody, MA, Special Ed. 
Kerr, Franklin C. 33 Holbrook Ave., Hull, MA, English 
Kerzner.Jack J., Psychology 
Khoury, Milady E., 235 Albion St., Fall River, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Kibbe,Janis P., Earth Science 
King, Michael A., English 

King, Susan M., 100 Spring St., Bridgewater, NLA, Art 
King III, Howard F., 13 Southgate Rd., Franklin, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Kingsford, David L, 195 Middle St., Fall River, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Kinsman, Thomas F., Special Ed. 
Kipp, Nancy L., Ministers Rd., Peru, Elem. Ed. 
Kisby, Glen E., 14 Macintosh Lane, Ashland, MA, 

Chemistry 
Kittner, Allan M., Anthropology 
Koch, Ellen V., Elem. Ed.- 
Korabowski, Irene A., Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Kosciuszek, Patricia T., 24 Paxton Rd., Spencer, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Koziol, Jane T., English 
Kreimer, Esther E., 168 Plain Dr., Stoughton, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Kruger, Mary P., English 
LaFlamme, Sandra L., 5396 Lindberg Ave., Otis AFB 

Bourne, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Landgraf, Mary J., 63 Sunset Dr., Raynham, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Landolfi, David J., Sociology 
Landry, Thomas E., English 
Lang, Deborah M., 46 Waldo St., Brockton, MA, 

Sociology 
Langlais, Janine M., 64 Desmond Ave., Somerset, MA, 

Elem. Ed, 
Larosee, Steven R., Biology 
Larsen, Hans T., 29 Wyman Rd., Lexington, MA, 

Mathematics 
Latak,Jane E., Elem. Ed. 
Laverty, Kathleen A., Psychology 
Lavimoniere, Susan E., 16 Vernon St., New Bedford, 

MA, Mathematics 



iWHHBHBI^na 



Lawless, Janet C, Special Ed. 

Leahy, William T., 30 Albion St., Salem, MA, Elem. Ed. 

Leaman, Deborah L., 10 Vinton Ave., Braintree, MA, 

Chemistry 
Leblanc, Carolyn M., Special Ed. 

Ledin, Nancy M., 21 E. Main St., Avon, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Legg, Roberta L., 309 Mt. Hope St., N. Attleboro, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Leoffler, Margaret M., 115 Larson Rd., Stoughton, MA, 

Art 
Lepine, Donna M., Sociology 
Lesperance, Lynn M., Elem. Ed. 
Levan, Guy F., Special Ed. 
Levesque, Anne M., Special Ed. 
Lewis, Stephen B., Physical Ed. 
Lindley, Karen M., Elem. Ed. 
Linehan, Muriel S., 17 Bonnie Lane #23, Mansfield, 

MA, Psychology 
Liolios Jr., Charles J., Ill Menlo St., Brockton, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Livingstone, Edwin J., 103 Clara St., New Bedford, MA, 

Political Sci. 
Locke, Janet P., Elem. Ed. 
Lomasney, Beth A., Elem. Ed. 
Long, Richard, 252 Careswell St., Marshfield, MA, 

Political Sci. 
Lopes, Katherine J., 54 White St., Taunton, MA, Special 

Ed. 
Lucia, Wendy J., 173 Main St., Bridgewater, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Lynch, Gina M., Psychology 
Lynch, John R., Physical Ed. 
Lyons, Nancy M., Elem. Ed. 
MacDonald, Maryjane, 416 Pearl St., Brockton, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
MacDonald, Peter F., 38 Parker St., Newbury, MA, 

Special Ed. 
MacFarland, Douglas R., Chem/Geology 
Mackey, Susan A., Special Ed. 
Mackie, Katherine A., S)0 Rayburn Rd., Stoughton, MA, 

Special Ed. 
MacNeil, Nancy E., Elem. Ed. 
MacNevin, Susan I., Elem. Ed. 
Maddigan, Diane A., 819 County St, Apt. 5lC, Taunton, 

MA, Elem. Ed. 
Maher, Brian, 67 Altoona Rd., Dedham, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Mahoney, Nancy B,, History 
Makowski, Stanley A., 169 Mountain Dr., Pittsfield, MA, 



Mancuso, Margaret M., 23 Marion St., W. Newton, MA, 

Sociology 
Mandeville, Paul J., Mathematics 
Mann, Cynthia M., 7 Langley Cir., Quincy, MA, 

Anthropology 
Mansolilli, Donna M., 34 Paradise Rd., Swampscott, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Mara, Mary S., 59 Greenfield St., Brockton, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Mara, William E., 114 Ford St., Brockton, MA, 

Psychology 
Marchant, Kerry R., 110 Homers Dock Rd., Yarmouth, 

MA, English 
Marotta, Charles D., 63 Karen Rd., Hanover, MA, English 
Marrocco, Marlene, Psychology 
Marshall, Jane L., 117 Liberty St., Rockland, MA, 

Sociology 
Marshall, Martha E., 361 High Rock St., Needham, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Martin, Carolyn M., 5 Hillside Terr., Mansfield, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Martin, Jacqueline, 26 Webster St., Middleboro, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Martin, Nancy L., 311 Swanee Dr., N. Dighton, MA, Art 
Martin, Patricia A., 114 Berry Ave., W. Yarmouth, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Martin, Peter M., English 
Martin, Susan E., 535 Summer St., Weymouth, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Masiello, Eve., 52 Ray Ave., Brockton, MA, Sociology 
Mason, Catherine T., Physical Ed. 
Mason, Debra K., Physical Ed. 
Masterson, Judith A., 182 Dover St., Brockton, MA, 

Special Ed. 



Matherne, Patricia B., English 

Matthias, Debra A., 400 Main St., W. Newbury, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
McAlarney, Stephen J., Political Sci. 
McAloon, Suzanne C, 3 Bliss St., Taunton, MA, Art 
McCarthy, Elizabeth A., 163 South St., Plymouth, MA, 
McCluskey, Mark K., Sociology 
McClutchy III, Thomas P., Psychology 
McCormick, James M., n3 Bartlett St., Brockton, MA, 

Political Sci. 
McCormick, Patricia A., Special Ed. 
McDeed, Kathleen A., Elem. Ed. 
McDermott, Eileen M., Sociology 
McDonald, Mary E., 19 Orchard St., Taunton, MA, 

Special Ed. 
McDonald, Patricia M., 430 Broad St., Weymouth, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
McElwee, Jane P., 29 Knollwood Rd., Norwell, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
McEndy, Sue A., 60 Power St., Norton, MA, Elem. Ed. 
McGann, Robert C, 272 Lake Shore Dr., Duxbury, MA, 

Psychology 
McGerigle, Kathleen A., 15 Willard Terrace, Randolph, 

MA, Special Ed. 
McGovern, Richard J., 223 Green St., Abington, MA, 

Mathematics 
McCJowan, James A., Physical Ed. 
McKenna, Kathryn A., Mathematics 
McKenna III, George A., Sociology 
McKiernan, Kevin M., Hist./Bhvr. Sci. 
McLean, Jean P., Sociology 
McNamara, Eileen M., 130 Gayland Rd., Needham, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
McQuade, Steven B., RED #2 Bx 174, Plymouth St., 

Middleboro, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Meade, Susan M., Elem. Ed. 
Megna, Carol A., English 
Mehl, Lauren M., Elem. Ed. 
Menzel Jr., Herbert W., 62 Maybrook Rd., Springfield, 

MA, Physics 
Merry, Rachel M., 22 Jenny Lind St., N. Easton, MA, 

English 
Milgram, Judith, 31 Lyndon Rd., Sharon, MA, 

Mathematics 
Miller, Helen R., 33 High St., N. Attleboro, MA, Special 

Ed. 
Miozza,Veneranda,l60SnellSt., Fall River, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Mis, Cynthia A., Biology 
Mitchell, Cynthia L., Special Ed. 
Mitchell, Diane E., Special Ed. 
Mitsko, Joyce K., Elem. Ed. 
Mondor, John A., North West Rd., Bridgewater, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Monet, Janet, 84 Arnold St., Braintree, MA, Special Ed. 
Monteiro, Elisa E., 290 Wilson St., New Bedford, MA, 

French 
Mooney, Carole L., 75 Crescent St., Rockland, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Moran, Maryellen, 14 Lakeview Ave., Holbrook, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Moraux, Janice Y., Elem. Ed. 
Moreira, Charles D., 98 Ledge Rd., Seekonk, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Moretto, David P., 54 Grand St., Fitchburg, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Morey, David P., Mathematics 
Morey, Kathleen M., 31 Oak St., Plymouth, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Morgan, Diane L., 15 Alden Terr., Plymouth, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Morrell, Suzanne M., 973 Meridian St., Fall River, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Morris, Michael W., History 
Morrissey, Jane A., 80 Woodcliff Rd., W. Quincy, MA, 

Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Mosca, Patricia A., History/Sociol. 
Moschella, Patricia A., Elem. Ed. 
Mott, Janet E., Special Ed. 
Moura, Kathleen A., 57 Hollyhock St., New Bedford, 

MA, Elem. Ed. 
Muehlen, Priscilla A., P.O. Box 133, 1343 Washi, No. 

Abington, MA, Elem Ed 
Mula, Deborah E., 730 Sandwich Rd., Sagamore, MA, 
Elem. Ed. 



MuUane, Patricia A., Special Ed. 
Mullane, William G., Sociology 
Murphy, Ann T., 131 Dent St., W. Roxbury, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Murphy Jr., James K., Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Murray, Robert F., Biology 
Musante, Virginia M., Special Ed. 
Nadeau, Nancy A., Special Ed. 
Nally, Patrick D., 336 Summer St., Somerville, MA, 

Speical Ed. 
Neault, Jeanne P., 1041 Burt St., Taunton, MA, 

Chemistry 
Nechtem, Charles L., 45 Normandy Rd., Chelsea, MA, 

English 
Neil, John S., 31 Audubon Ave., Braintree, MA, 

Mathematics 
Nelson, Sandra J., 22 School St., E. Weymouth, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Newell, Steven W., Elem. Ed. 
Newman, Ann T., Elem. Ed. 
Nicoletti, James T., Psychology 
Normandin, Jill M., Physical Ed. 

Norvish, Jonn A., 23 \X'est St., Middleboro, MA, History 
O'Brien, Barbara E., Physical Ed. 
O'Brien, Kathleen A., Elem. Ed. 
O'Brien, Maryrose, 135 Manomet St., Brockton, MA, 

Sociology 
O'Brien, Patricia E., 22 Lenoxdale Ave., Dorchester, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
O'Brien, Sheila E., 78 Cottage St., Norwood, MA, Special 

Ed. 
O'Brien, Sherin L., Geography 
O'Connell, John P., 34 9th Ave., Haverhill, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
O'Connor, Deborah A., 7 Curtis Circle, Canton, MA, 

Psychology 
O'Connor, Kathleen E., Special Ed. 
O'Connor, Mark S., 628 Mill St., Worcester, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
O'Connor, Mary R., Special Ed. 
O'Donnell, Paul Q., Special Ed. 
Olsen, John P., Biology 
Olson, Linda A., Biology 
O'Neil, Dennis P., Comm. Arts and Sci. 
O'Neil, Nancy I., 83 Stanson Dr., N. Attleboro, MA, 

History 
O'Neill, James P., 11 Pond St., Weymouth, MA, 

Sociology 
Orlando, Janet M., Earth Science 
O'Rourke, Patricia A., Elem. Ed. 
Pacheco, Maria L., 995 Walnut St., Fall River, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Packard, Nancy E., 1776 South St., Bridgewater, MA, 

Psychology 
Palingo, Cheryl A., Special Ed. 
Palleschi, Robert O., Special Ed. 
Palumbo, Ann M., 30 Sheraton Ave., Braintree, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Pankowski, Joanne C, l4l Barnaby St., Fall River, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Paquette, Pamela A., Biology 
Pare, Neil J., 12 Hawthorne St., Bradford, MA, 

Psychology 
Parker, David L., Taunton St., Lakeville, MA, English 
Parlee, Diane E., Elem. Ed. 
Patenaude, William J., Elem. Ed. 
Pawlowski, Joanna L., Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Peirce, Karen M., Physical Ed. 
Pelletier, Christine A., 5 Columbus Square, Salem, MA, 

Biology 
Pemberton, Rhonda M., Elem. Ed. 
Pena, Sally D., 1203 Plymouth St., Middleboro, MA, 

Psychology 
Perilli, Mary A., Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Perry, Dennis S., 50 Faxon Rd., Stoughton, MA, Special 

Ed. 
Perry, Nancy C, 21 Levering St., Brockton, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Peterson, Janis L, Elem. Ed. 
Peterson, Lianne D., Sociology 
Peyton, Lauren M., 18 Bonnie Rd., Walpole, MA, 

English 
Phillips, Donna J., 59 Gill St., Avon, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Phillips, Kathleen M., Special Ed. 



Piekielniak, Linda L., Elem. Ed. 

Pietrantonio, Albert, 30 Rustic Lane, Reading, MA, 

Sociology 
Pineo, Laura A., 20 Green Lodge St., Canton, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Pinzari, James B., 372 North St., N. Weymouth, MA, 

Sociology 
Pires, John, 24 Varley St., Fall River, MA, History 
Piscitelli, Eva P., 32 Poplar Rd., Brockton, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Poirier, Mark J., 126 Pine St., Dalton, MA, Chemistry 
Poling, Paula J., 525 Sawyer St., New Bedford, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Poudrier, Catherine E., 73 Jacob St., Brockton, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Pratt Jr., Robert E., 361 Central St., E. Bridgewater, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Prescott, Pamela W., 35 Mattapoisett Ave., Swansea, 

MA, Physical Ed. 
Priest, Edward H., Psychology 

Pryce, Paula, 113 Bradley Ave., Brockton, MA, History 
Punch, Mary G., 352 Reservoir Ave., Revere, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Putnam, Barbara A., 189 Pleasant St., S. Weymouth, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Quigley, Eileen M., English 
Quintiliani, Doreen, 10 Rockland St., Newton, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Rainone, David A., History 
Rak, Susan J., Elem. Ed. 
Randolph, Rhonda F., 57 Condon Circle, Rockland, MA, 

Sociology 
Raposa, Raymond J., 389 Chicago St., Fall River, MA, 

Political Sci. 
Rapoza, Sharon E., 143 Wood St., Fall River, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Ray, Dorothy R., Elem. Ed. 
Reddy, Eleanor L., 87 Sedgewick Dr., N. Scituate, MA, 

Sociology 
Reid, Florence M., Elem. Ed. 
Reinhagen, Ann L., P.O. Box 200, Teaticket, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Reinhalter, Lee A., 1420 Liberty St., Braintree, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Retos, Peter J., Physical Ed. 
Ribeiro, Diane M., 5 Harding Ave., Plymouth, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Rice Sr., Catherine, P.O. Box #2 Rte. #80, Kingston, 

MA, Physical Ed. 
Richards, Diane C, Art 
Riendeau, Jane E., Elem. Ed. 
Riendeau, Karen F., 2135 Gar Highway, Swansea, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Riley, Kathleen, E., Sociology 

Rist, Susan E., 46 Broadway, Stoughton, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Rivers, Richard D., 20 Garfield St., Taunton, MA, 

Psychology 
Robbins, Robert R., 8 Linda St., Foxboro, MA, History 
Roberts, Gregory J., 16 Pierce Rd., Marshfield, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Robitaille, Louise A., 138 Maryland St., New Bedford, 

MA, Special Ed. 
RcKhe, Josephine A., 16 Bridge St., Norwell, MA, 

Sociology 
Rodrigue, Lenora J., Special Ed. 
Rogers, Jane M., Special Ed. 
Rolli, Judith A., Special Ed. 
Rose, Susan A., Biology 
Rosewell, Lynne A., Elem. Ed. 
Ross, Michael E., Sociology 
Rossetti, Robert A., 83 Mendon St., Hof)edale, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Roth, Deborah H., 93 Paul Revere Rd., Needham, MA, 

Biology 
Roth, Janis, RED 4, Box 381 B Plymouth St., 

Middleboro, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Ruegg, Mary J., Chemistry 
Rugg, Daniel J., 36 Empire St., Quincy, MA, Art 
Rull, John P., 18 Putnam Rd. Apt. 4, Foxboro, MA, 

Sociology 
Ryan, Mary T., 14 Raleigh Rd., Webster, MA, Sociology 
Saccocia, A. Rosemary, 680 Crescent St., E. Bridgewater, 

MA, Special Ed. 
Sadler, Deborah R., Special Ed. 

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Salamon, John P., 75 Cherry St., Taunton, MA, Biology 
Sallen, Ira B., 40 Oak Hill Dr., Sharon, MA, Special Ed. 
Salmon, Michael, 74 Littles Ave., Pembroke, MA, 

Political Sci. 
Sangermano, Diane M., 268 Dale St., N. Andover, MA. 

Elem. Ed. 
Sannicandro, John L, 80 Long Ave., Framingham, MA, 

History 
Scarito, FranciscaJ., Box 129 Uncatena Rd., W. 

Falmouth, MA, English 
Schlegel, Debra L, Sociology 
Scholtes, Karen A., 11 Appletree Dr., Plainville, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Schultz, Lynne M., Psychology 
Scott, Cynthia M., 28 Fountain Ln., S. Weymouth, MA, 

Psychology 
Seitsinger, Roy M., 83 Green St., Abington, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Semple, Janice L, 32 Winthrop Dr., Attleboro, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Sevigny, Michelle S.. History 
Shannon, Fridoline R., 213 Fourth St., Stoughton, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Sharkey, Susan M., 498 Concord St., Lowell, MA. Comm. 

Arts and Sci. 
Shaw. Linda A., English 
Shea, Elizabeth M., 303 Dean St., Norwood, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Shearer, Peter A., Elem. Ed. 
Sheehan, Carol A., Psychology 
Sheehan, Joseph, Psychology 
Sia, Vincent F., Physical Ed. 
Sietins, Peter, Biology 
Silva, Pamela, Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Silva, Regina A., 229 Lincoln St., N. Easton. MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Silvi, Joseph R., 37 Highland St., Franklin, MA, 

Mathematics 
Simas, Pamela M., Elem. Ed. 
Simon, Barbara J., 69 Belmont St., Weymouth, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Simpson, Joanne L., 39 Frankton Ave., Brockton, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Smith, Debra J., 59 Bouve Ave., Brockton, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Smith, Elizabeth F., 61 Sycamore Rd., Braintree, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Smith, Judith L, PO. Box #1331, Oak Bluffs, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Smith, Marilyn E., 85 Meadowlark Dr., Wareham, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Smith, Wm. S., 89 Davis Rd., Braintree, MA, Earth Sci. 
Snowman, Sally R., 43 Pierce Court, N. Weymouth, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Snyder, Andrea, 12 Massapoag Lane, Sharon, MA 
Sorel, Rita, English 
Sousa, Andrea M., 44 Edward Ave., Lynnfield, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Souza, Kathleen F., 146 Henry's Ln., Hanover, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Souza, Theresa M., Sfjccial Ed. 
Spcllman, Virginia M., 83 Garnet Rd., W. Roxbury, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Spence, Carolyn J., 54 Willow Ave., Somerset, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Spencer, Marcia A., 125 Dorchester St., N. Quincy, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Sperling, Howard J., 71 Striper Ln., E. Falmouth, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Stahley, Ronald L., 501 S. Main St., Andover, MA, 

History 
Stapleford, Linda J., 305 Taunton St., Wrentham, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 



Stapels, David A., History 

Steeves, Janet A., 160 Broadway, Taunton, MA, English 

Stetson, Cynthia L., 262 Broadmeadow Dr., E. 

Bridgewater, MA, Mathematics 
Stevens, Barbara A., P.O. Box 484, Southbridge, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Stevens, Michael A., Sociology 
Stevenson, Charles E., 85 Lawrence St., Canton, MA, 

History 
Stivaletta, Karen, Physical Ed. 
Strawn, Cheryl C, Elem. Ed. 
Strzesak, Susan J., 67 Woodward Ave., Seekonk, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Studebaker, Beverly A., 199 Neponset St., Canton, MA, 

Mathematics 
Sullivan, James F., 208 Clover Rd., Ludlow, MA, English 
Surette, Rolsert G., History 
Swanson, Laurel S., Elem. Ed. 
Swensen, Daniel N., 26 Summit St., Middleboro, MA, 

Philosophy 
Sylvia, Jacquelin A., Elem. Ed. 
Taber, Beth G., Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Tamco, Dorothy E., 128 Thurber Ave., Attleboro, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Tarpey, Joanne M., Elem. Ed. 
Tatro, Marie P., Special Ed. 
Tavares, Lucy M., Elem. Ed. 
Taylor, Colleen A., 591 Durfee St., Fall River, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Tessier, Nancy A., 371 S. Main St., Bellingham, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Testa, Ronald C, 70 Lexington St., E. Boston, MA, Hist 

/Anthrop 
Tetreault. Michelle, Special Ed. 
Thibault, Marie E., Elem. Ed. 
Thom, Jeffrey E., 23 Grand View Dr., Plymouth, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Thomas, Gary P., 10 First St., Apt. S413, Salem, MA, Art 
Thompson, Elizabeth R., History 
Thompson, Maryanne, Elem. Ed. 
Thompson, Ross, J., 357 Page St., Stoughton, MA, Earth 

Science 
Thornhill, Lorraine M., 266 Essex St., Weymouth, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Titus, George R., 207 Union St., #9, Rockland, MA, 

Chemistry 
Tobey, Charles P., 23 Pine St., Peabody, MA, Physical Ed. 
Tobin, Maureen C, 366 Bay Rd., Stoughton, MA, Special 

Ed. 
Touchette, Gail A.. 123 Albee St., Fitchburg, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Trahan, Marguerit R., 19 Alfred St., New Bedford, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Trahan, Mary T., Physical Ed. 
Trask, Richard P., Earth Science 
Tukcsbrey, Paula A., Elem. Ed. 
Turco, Thomas R., 5 Hillary Rd., Billerica, MA, Physical 

Ed. 
Tyndall, Katherine, Physical Ed. 

Valero, Janet L., 220 Fourth St., Somerset, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Vass, Elaine M., Elem. Ed. 
Venezia, Lawrence P., 89 Fairwood Dr., Pembroke, MA, 

Political Sci. 
Vercol lone, John E., 291 Union St., Marshfield, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Verville, Richard A., Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Viera, Donna A., Elem. Ed. 
Viera, Marion, State Road RED, Vineyard Haven, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Von Euw, James P., 101 Perham St., W. Roxbury, MA, 

Physical Ed. 



Vroom, Maryann, 294 Sycamore St., Holbrook, MA. 

Elem. Ed. 
Vuono, Peter L., Special Ed. 
Wainor, Terri A., French 
Wainwright,Jill S., Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Walbourne, David A., 154 Wilson St., Brockton, MA, 

Earth Science 
Walsh, Dianne M., Elem. Ed. 
Ware, Dolores, Psychology 
Warner, Paul E., Sociology 
Warren, Christine A., Physical Ed. 
Warren, Deira B., 65 Grove St., Bridgewater, MA, 

Special Ed. 
Warren, William J., 12 Cross St., Hopedale, MA, 

Biology 
Weglowski, Christine A., Elem. Ed. 
Welch, Stacey A., 6 John's Ave., Holbrook, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Weldon, Jvlargaret A., Elem. Ed. 
West, Eileen E., Elem. Ed. 

West, Evelyn M., 32 Belcher Cir., Milton, MA, Elem. Ed. 
Wetherbee, Susan M., 4 Alden St., Danvers, MA, 

Sociology 
Wheeler, Jane S., 1154 West St., Mansfield, MA, Elem. 

Ed. 
Wheeler, John W., Biology 
White, Nancy A., Elem. Ed. 
White, Robert C, 16 Sanlin Ave., RED 2, Norton, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Whitlow, Ann M., 88 Nichols, Cohasset, MA, English 
Wile, Ketchum, Deborah J., 156 Union St., Hingham, 

MA, Psychology 
Williams, Cheryl D., Elem. Ed. 
Williamson Jr., William C, History 
Willow, Donna T., Elem. Ed. 
Wilson, Theresa R., Seymour St., Berkley, MA, Special 

Ed. 
Winter, Mark A., Chemistry 
Winters Jr., George F., 44 Hillside Ave., Quincy, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Wishnefsky, Karen, 4700 N. Main St., Bldg. 5 Apt. 5C, 

Fall River, MA, Sfjecial Ed. 
Wolge, Julie A., Psychology 
Wood, Andrea J., Psychology 
Wood, Lois T., 194 Summer St., Plymouth, MA, Comm. 

Arts and Sci. 
Wood, Stacey A., 201 Myrtle St., New Bedford, MA, 

Elem. Ed. 
Woodworth, Douglas, 148 High St., Ipswich, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Woronicz, Henry M., Comm. Arts and Sci. 
Wotton, Gayle E., Elem. Ed. 
Yaitanes, Niki L., Political Sci. 
Yale, Paula S., 5 Mt. Pleasant Dr., Peabody, MA, History 

/Sociol. 
York, Bradford E., English 
Young, Brian A., 6 Roosevelt St., Acushnet, MA, 

Physical Ed. 
Young, Gregory A., English 
Young, Joseph M., 184 S. Main St., Randolph, MA, 

Political Sci. 
Yucka, Jolynne M., Physical Ed. 
Zagarella, Marilyn V., Elem. Ed. 
Zampine, Cynthia T., 183 North Avenue Apt. 6, N. 

Abington, MA, Special Ed. 
Zdon, Jane- Anne S., 415 Bay St., Fall River, MA, 

Psychology 
Zirngiebel, Jean M., Elem. Ed. 
Zora, Joan L., 58 Howarth Ave., S. Attleboro, MA. Elem. 

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Editor: Diane Colyer 
Co-Editor: ArtGjrmier 
Secretary: Jean McClean 




Treasurer: Katie Tyndall 

Cover: Charlotte Greenlagh 

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REFLECTIONS — of good times and good 
friends. This, which was once our life at BSC, 
will now become a minute of time in our mem- 
ory. We have worked tremendously hard, 
laughed together and cried together. And we 
have grown and learned of ourselves and each 
other. 

We, the yearbook staff, have tried to collectively 
present our senior year here at Bridgewater with 
these feelings in mind. Much time and dedica- 
tion has been spent by many people to put this 
book together. Extra special thanks go to Katie 
Tyndall, Mark Poirier, Nancy Farrey, Judy Rolli, 
Bill Campanella, Sue Mackey, Al Pietrantanio, 
Barbara Tobin, Jean McClean, and all those smil- 
ing faces. We would also like to thank Pat Con- 
nally of Dodge-Murphy Studios and John Levis 
of Taylor Publishing Company for all their 
patience and guidance. But the person who 
deserves the most credit is Artie Cormier whose 
drive and sense of humor has made the book pos- 
sible, even though I won most of the arguments! 
Thanks, Art. 

Our yearbook, though, is only like textbook 
knowledge. It is only that which is taken into the 
heart that is truly remembered. 



Through this book, we hope you can reflectively sit back and smile, for the memories are now 
yours. 

Best Wishes to the Class of '76 

Pax, 

diane colyer 



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The foolishness of my writing in comparison with what I wanted to write infuriated me for years. Greatness, greatness, 
greatness is what I wanted and insisted upon, only to notice that everything I wrote was small and miserable. I couldn't 
understand it. My soul was great: astonishingly great, and yet it was captured in a little feeble body and could not get itself 
free. I had in my soul the greatest truths to tell, but when I came to the work of telling them I couldn't do it, I couldn't find a 
starting place . . . Where could I begin.' 

I was long years discovering the secret that it does not matter where one begins, and that it is not necessary for anything 
one writes to be instantly great, the important thing is for a man to resign himself to the truth that he is only a man, and to 
work . . . 



From The Bicvcle Rider in New York 



by William Saroyan 



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